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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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Ecuador's answer to pesky lawsuit problems

Quito - (Assange Ass Mess): "Plus all the gorgeous hot-assed sun-kisst Latinas you could ever shag!" was the gist of an excited Ecuador Justice Ministry negotiator's rant today.

The offer to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is said to include a National Congress Senatorship plus very attractive 20 year expenses deal.

In exchange Assange must hand over all the diplomatic cables fellating - er...relating! - to a massive $27 billion malicious, fraudulent lawsuit by PetroEcuador against US oil and gas super major Chevron.

It's probably the best offer Assange has had Ecuador Deputy Foreign Minister Kintto Lucas said today.

Given he's wanted on extradition charges to various places around the world where prosecutors are gunning for his whistleblowing ass it might be his best bet.

Interpol sources added today the Australian had gone to ground somewhere in South West London - possibly in a safe house belonging to his hotshot Brit lawyer Marvin Z Shyster.

Exxon-Mobil's Rex Tillerson is an overblown whingeing pratt.

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